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feels awesome. oh, perfect. 165, 165. walberg: kevin can't help but zero in on what he knows best-- chinese antiques like the ones he finds in dealer brent baden's booth. kevin: what are you asking for the pair of chinese chairs? mmm... $450, i think. bought them at auction. i'm going to guess they're 100 years old. kevin: there's no damage to them, just the finish is worn. what would be the absolute bottom line on a pair of chairs like that? a real absolute bottom line? yeah, like that real number. that number that you wish you could have got, but... 300 bucks. 300 bucks? not less than that, though. you asked me for the real number. kevin: not even $250, huh? easy to put them back in my store. i hear you. $275, man, cash? no, $300. cash doesn't matter to me. i hear you. take a company check. right. i'm going to take them for three bills, all right? they're hardwood and they can be redone if somebody wants to redo them. kevin: i bought a really nice pair of chinese armchairs. lacquered finish, kind of worn but they're still really cool, really nice carvings. well
to chinese. the problem with small decorative asian objects kevin is an expert. this is his collection. this is a lot of what he sells year round. so he does know asian quite well. walberg: kevin is more than just an expert. when it comes to antiques, he's one of the top sellers on ebay, grossing three quarters of a million dollars a year on asian items alone. his opponents know that, and it's putting more pressure on them than any other target round so far. i'm seeing everything but asian items. do i speak chinese? no, do you have anything chinese? anything chinese? yes. i think she's chinese. but she's not old, is she? i'm not real sure. walberg: when it comes to selling items at auction, quality trumps everything. an older item is likely to do better than one with less age but an object made to look old when it really isn't will keep serious buyers away. dealer: it's carved out of wood. yeah. it looks like there's just been a little bit of touch-up work around the eyes. oh, maybe. $20. $20. that's a great price. this appears to be an old piece, but the touch-up
for coming in. >> thank you. >>> and the actor kevin spacey, talking about his new role and potentially why the series is a risk. b . >>> a bold and risky move by netflix. the company is branching out into an original programming, shaking up the tv industry with a 13-episode series called "house of cards," starring kevin spacey. he joined me in "the situation room." that conversation, but first, here is a clip. >> this is the memo i have drafted on the middle east policy we have been developing. now i want to borrow from reagan, i want to coin the phrase -- >> i want to stop you there, we're not nominating you for secretary of state. i know he made you a promise, but things have changed. >> the nature of promise that they remain immune to circumstances. >> kevin spacey is joining us, from "house of cards." kevin, thank you for joining us. i want to get right to the questions, you have been in a lot of political films, you played a lobbyist, now, the house majority whip in "house of cards." you have been synonymous with politics. what is drawing you to the political roles? >> not only, as yo
learned the main person of interest in the disappearance of 10-year-old kevin collins had a rap sheet including kidnapping. source was knowledge of the investigation tell us it's one of the main reasons that police are focusing now on dan" ferrin. police took jam hammers and tore up the basement floor looking for evidence that might link him to this young boy. the home is across the street from kevin's old school. our sources say he had a dog two, witnesses told police they last saw kevin talking to a man with a large dog. and one saw them tolgt in front of ferrian's house. dog and of course they sent them to the crime lab to be certain of that. >> twitter has been hacked. the company says it's attacked by hacker who's obtained e mail addresses of pass words of 250,000 customers and probably was in the isolated. twitter cancelled the pass words and advised users on how to create new ones. >> bank of america web site has been down most of the day. and if you try to do any banking today thaechl plains the error message you saw. b of a says atms are still working. >> the project is on t
, please feel free to come forward as well. anthony urbena, craig swan, kevin carol, james lim, and tony north. * colleague >>> [inaudible] i'm with the sheet workers union, local 104, san francisco, california. just to let you know, we are affiliated with the san francisco building trades council, with the alliance for jobs and sustain able growth and the san francisco labor council. but i am here talking on behalf of the sheet metal worker. we definitely support this project. it's a big project that looks like it's coming down right now. we have about 18% unemployment. although there is a lot of work coming with the city, we're hoping in the next year that is completely gone and all our members are working. like i said, as far as the sheet metal workers 104, we definitely support this project and look forward to getting our members out on that job. >> thank you very much. next speaker, please. >>> hi, good morning, supervisors. i'm tony [speaker not understood], chair of the tid. i am past chair of san francisco travel and hotel council. also general manager of the st. regis hotel and
then, apple you have earned our patience. people give it to them. let's go to kevin in florida, please. kevin? >> caller: hey, jim, thanks for taking my call. i just wanted to let you know you are the godfather of the stock market. >> you're too kind. thank you so much. >> caller: my question to you is, zen ga has great numbers a few nights ago. is this the real deal or just in the shorts squeeze happening? >> i think it's more of a short squeeze because they did guide down. i don't like the gaming business and i'm not crazy about the poker business online. look, could it go to five? yes. do i want to risk telling you to put your money in zynga? no. i think in many ways that's the more important take away. brad in california. >> caller: hey, jim, southern california. dodger blue greetings to you. >> hey, pitchers and catchers. boo-yah. pretty soon. >> caller: spring training is in the air. i had a question pertaining to america's sweetheart giant macy's. i know it reported stellar same store sales today. where do we go from here, how do you trade this? >> i was doing a lot of work on m
who may be dead but still has serious boyfriend potential. fox five the reviewer kevin mccarthy talks with teresa palmer who leads >> in the beginning when you are explaining how humans essentially become zombies -- there on their phones all the time so as an actress and dealing with e- mails all the time what is your balance of staying off your phone and the media and to put it aside? 2- i think these days with the onslaught of twitter and social media and the things you can get wrapped up in that stuff and for me i have -- it's another technical thing that i have a website www. warm life.com. philanthropy and mutuality and meditation. i do that and go to pilates and yoga. >> under the idea of the mind of everything you are seeing now you may be seeing for the last time. >> if you could watch in one movie the rest of her life what would that one movie be. >> romeo and juliet because if that love story but if action and beautiful purple. and amazing music and colorful and i think it says a lot about society and it's a special movie. >> i think you nailed the american accented this mo
would like to thank our team, kevin, rick robbins, moment of all [speaker not understood] for my cto and co-founder. this was a very long, long journey with the city, but we had the help of leaders like phil, mayor lee, jay driving behind the scenes, the efforts for business to work with government. and i think we've accomplished that with this unique partnership moving forward. we're excited now there's cross-department collaboration with the san francisco arts, with the san francisco public art which has now been thanks to sean working late last night, putting the public arts into golden gate park. this is providing access. it's providing efficiency, and it's providing new revenue streams and opportunities for the city of san francisco and other departments. we are really excited to be here and i thank you all again for this opportunity to be able to innovate, to be able to work with the city of san francisco, and have this incredible opportunity to be here at the hatchery launching our application and our company. thank you very much. (applause) >> thank you, yo. so, san francisco
10-year-old kevin collins disappeared after school. his case went cold. investigators now say they have new leads. he was a student at st. agnus in the haight-ashbury district of san francisco. at the time two witnesses reported seeing kevin on sonic avenue with a man sittings on a stoop with a large black dog. he was described as white, six feet tall with blond hair. investigators are focused on a man who died five years ago. he was wayne jackson. he had five different identities and a criminal record. he was convicted of child molestation in 1981. that is three years before kevin's disappearance. police recently discovered he was accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting two 13-year-old boys in canada. he lived across the street from the school and he owned a large black dog. at time of course, police searched jackson's home but they didn't find anything. but last week investigators earned to that home where jackson used to live. cadaver dog a reacted to an area of the garage. that area was he can can straighted and bones were found. medical examiner says a preliminary a
, kevin mccarthy is here next with movie guide. >> like iron man ', baby. i can't wait. >> all right. today is the day for the big game and for some big blockbusters, movie studios have splurged for some high profile tv spots to preview their latest film. i'm super excited about this. what can you expect to see today? >> clayton might explode during this interview. here to give us a sneak peek kevin mccarthy. good to see you. iron man 3, huh? >> hey, i cannot wait. super bowl ads are upwards of $4 million for 30 second spot which is justified considering last year was the television's history's most watched broadcast in the history of television. 100.4 million average viewers. iron man 3. i have to mention this. i kind of miss the surprise of not knowing what spots are going to air. i have to admit that i do go online and i do watch all the spots. i watch them every time. iron man 3, i cannot wait, robert downie jr. jon favreau is not back to direct. this the first two did over $1 billion. they can obviously afford a super bowl ad. i have to say this is my geek out movie of the year.
hanson, for example, kevin trendberg, for example, others have pointed out that this whole rhetorical debate about whether you can have a single cause and a single affect or whether there is a systemic causation, here's the systemic causation, that links climate change to superstorm sandy. the fact is, we're putting 90 million tons of global warming pollution into the earth's atmosphere every day as if it is an open sewer. it traps heat, it obeys the laws of fisks. the amount of extra heap trapped each day is equivalent to the energy released by 400,000 hiroshima atomic bombs every day. that's a lot of energy, even on a big planet. and one of the things that does is it evaporates more water off the oceans which puts more water vapor into the sky, 4% more in the last 30 years, and then when that waterfalls, either as rain or snow, it comes in much larger downpours, which causes larger floods. the winds get stronger. the storm, the storms are more intense, the sea level is up. all those things converged on sandy. but the very fact that there is 4% more water vapor in the atmosphere, not
of americans in iran. >> good morning. kevin costa hark inside and robert and a few other names we'll probably never know but his real name is tony mendez, a legend in the cia known as the master of disguise. >> what's your middle name? what's your middle name? shoot him. he's an american spy. >> it's a story that could have been left out of our history books. >> a better idea than this? >> this the best bad idea we have by far. >> that idea was "argo," conceived and implemented by top ranking cia agent tony mendez. he convinced iran that "argo" was a science fiction film and led americans to safety. >> this american hero did this mission to save six lives and did it with this most outrageous cover story. his ingenuity and inventiveness struck me. >> mendez served as cia's chief of disguise, an artist in charge of creating cover stories to rescue people from dangerous situations. and iran in 1980 was as dangerous as it comes. >> nervous? >> we call it the gut check. when it starts groaning, listen to it, check it out, about 90% and you go. >> this artist's canvas was the world stage of espiona
. >> this program "house of cards," stars kevin spacey produced by david fincher who had hits like fight club and the "social network" among others. he plays a congressman hoping to become secretary of state. but after being passed over by the president, he sets out on a methodical path of revenge. >> welcome to washington. >> it's poised to shake up the tv industry. but you won't see this drama on any broadcast or cable network or even a premium channel like hbo. "house of cards" is exclusively for netflix subscribers. the whole season available at once so viewers won't have to wait a week for the next episode. >> the video streaming service spent $100 million on the washington-based drama. >> now it's saying i want to be like the abcs or the cbss of the world, the place you watch content first. they've got the deep pocks to be able to make that happen. >> netflix' stock has been recovering after its public relations fiasco 1 months ago when it spun off its mail order dvd service into a separate brand and raised brands. since then licensing deals with disney and others have convinced million
of these characteristics you have. dr. kevin dutton, thanks. i'll tweet about your book as well. have a great day. >> thanks, gretchen. >>gretchen: coming up, louisiana governor bobby jindal and harsh words for his own party. >> in our society, i'm going to remember granny going over the cliff with the republicanss tossing him. how do you dumb it down and win an election? >>gretchen: should america's female spies look more like this? women at the d.i.a. told to women at the d.i.a. told to look more attractive. weight watchers online worked for us. we don't argue much. we really don't. meg usually just gets her way, and i go along with it. i think it worked for matt because i did it for him. when i'm the one cooking, i'm the one calculating the points. i can microwave things. you get to eat real food. we still get to go out. we're just so much smarter about it. we can keep each other in check. going, "okay, i see you." we've lost about 110 pounds together. it helped our love life. happy wife, happy life, right? right. [ jennifer ] weight watchers online. the power of weight watchers completely onl
that will be coming soon to a showroom near you. kevin tibbles is at the 2013 chicago auto show. this is a dream come true. i love that thing. take it away. >> reporter: matt, there is no better way to beat the gray, february blues than a trip to see all the colors here at the chicago auto show. i mean, check it out. it's the largest, longest-running auto show in no north mencamerica. kick a few tires and dream. high-quality imports, stylish domestics. the tiny through the tremendous. all here for the public to savor and, most importantly, discover. ford's innovation for the american family? wave your foot to open the back cargo door. >> voila. what prevents some random person from coming up and opening this door? >> you do have to have the key faub on you. >> reporter: made in the u.s.a. and available at the end of the year. this is where you plug in the cadillac. the knock on volkswagen beetle was that only women liked its rounded shape. this does not look like your dead's beetle. now it's sleeked down and souped up. so it's really shnell. >> it can be. >> it's swell and shnell. and that means fast
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